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INTERVIEW: VSOP Projects Owner Jonathan Weiskopf On A Special Montauk Exhibition Highlighting The Works Of Courtenay Pollock, Longtime The Grateful Dead Tie-Dye Artist

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "This is a rare opportunity to experience and own a small piece of Grateful Dead and Rock & Roll history, and I hope lots of other folks will come to Montauk over the weekend to learn more about this incredible artist," Jonathan Weiskopf told Hamptons.com

Annual Southampton Labor Day Art Exhibition To Highlight The Works Of Nearly 40 Local East End Artists

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "At this time, we are very grateful to be able to have a live exhibit, our last show was virtual only. And while we did have some sales, the spark from seeing the art and meeting the artists in person, was missing," reflected Paul Dempsey.

Philadelphia-Based Gallery, Bluestone Fine Art, Joins The Hamptons Virtual Art Fair With Impressive Line-Up of Artists

by Sydney A. Braat
In the Galleries - "I am most excited to share our exhibition to the virtual art collector, as this is the way of the future," said Bluestone Fine Art Gallery Owner, Pamela A. Regan.

12th Annual Westhampton Beach Festival Of The Arts To Take Place Over Labor Day Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "Our fine art festival always has been and always will be about the beauty and creativity of artisans," Ron Mellott explained.

Market Art + Design 2020 Goes Virtual For Its 10th Edition

by Shakir Philippe
In the Galleries - "Market Art + Design has long been known as an important cultural moment for the Hamptons summer season," explained Kelly Freeman. "This year's fair will see the continuation of this celebration with a much wider reach."

Lindsay Morris' "A Small Taste Of Freedom" To Explore Students' Lives During The Pandemic

by Gabrielle Topping
In the Galleries - "I am awake at 8am to the sound of my little brother reciting the pledge. I teach him first then myself," Kathleen Berrezueta reflected.

INTERVIEW: Yitong Wang, Tong Art Advisory Founder, On "Open Air" In The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "We noticed that while there was a lot of energy behind blue chip gallery exposure in East Hampton, there was a significant gap in exhibitions focusing on emerging and mid-career artists," Wang told us.

INTERVIEW: Artist Steve Alpert On Opening His Home Studio For One-Day Art Exhibition In Support Of Quogue Wildlife Refuge

by T.J. Clemente
In the Galleries - "We live about four tenths of a mile from the Quogue Wildlife Refuge. From our backyard, my wife Dorothy and I see part of it. Through the years, my wife, Dorothy, and I have been hiking there hundreds of times," Alpert told us.

Parrish Art Museum To Reopen Its Galleries On August 7

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "We are all looking forward to our reopening on August 7 and welcoming visitors once again to enjoy the Parrish galleries," said Alicia G. Longwell. "The three special exhibitions will feature new perspectives on Parrish collection artists Fairfield Porter, Jackie Black, and Lucien Smith."

Introducing the Hamptons Virtual Art Fair VIP Sneak Preview

by Sponsored Guest Post By Hamptons Virtual Art Fair
In the Galleries - It's the widest range of hi-caliber curated artworks ever offered in the Hamptons, with over $100 million in art for sale

Eastville Community Historical Society Commemorating "The Age Of Allure" Opening And 35th Annual Fish Fry - The Take-Out Edition

by Lindsay Aitken
In the Galleries - "In these challenging times, to illustrate and emphasize the depth and diversity of our local history is more important than ever before. I hope I have done some justice to the Eastville community with this series of paintings," Sabina Streeter stated.

New York Academy Of Art's 2020 Hamptons Exhibition To Reflect Upon The Past And Look Towards The Future

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "2020 has already experienced seismic events that are shifting values and shaping our choices as citizens and as creators," David Kratz and Stephanie Roach noted. "Artists and writers are always the antennae of our society, all the more so at a time as challenging as this one."

South Etna Montauk Gallery To Premiere With "Painting Is Painting's Favorite Food: Art History As Muse"

by Sydney A. Braat
In the Galleries - "By separating us from physical access to the trove of treasures we normally take for granted as accessible at museums and galleries, this unprecedented period of confinement has made us more aware of how much we feed on art history as part of our regular visual and intellectual diet," remarked Alison Gingeras.

INTERVIEW: Internationally Renowned Pop Artist, Nelson De La Nuez, Talks Creative Process And Summer Exhibitions At The White Room Gallery

by Sydney A. Braat
In the Galleries - "The Hamptons is a city like no other and my work has always sold well there. The 'audience' gets me and the fun, yet sophisticated, tongue in cheek thought bubbles I have my characters speaking, as well as the luxury images that remind people of good times and positive outlooks," said De La Nuez.

INTERVIEW: Per Skarstedt On Skarstedt Gallery's New Hamptons Outpost

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "We've put together a strong collection of works that would have been shown in Basel, including works by Willem de Kooning, Eric Fischl, KAWS, Martin Kippenberger, Barbara Kruger, Albert Oehlen, Richard Prince, David Salle, Cindy Sherman, Andy Warhol, Rebecca Warren and Christopher Wool," Per Skarstedt told Hamptons.com.

Chinese Sculpturist, Ai WeiWei, Displaying Twelve Monumental Bronze Animal Heads At LongHouse Reserve Once Again

by Sydney A. Braat
In the Galleries - "Ai's Zodiac series returns to Longhouse Reserve just when we need it most. How ironic that an artist who understands more than most about confinement would offer his provocative work now," reflected President of LongHouse Reserve, Dianne Benson.

Sotheby's Expands To East Hampton With Work By Andy Warhol, George Condo, Patek Philippe, Cartier, And More

by Sydney A. Braat
In the Galleries - "The Hamptons have always been a popular setting for our clients, and we're excited to be able to show a selection of fine art and luxury goods in this new, curated lifestyle gallery," remarked David Schrader, Global Head of Private Sales.

Southampton Arts Center To Open On June 18

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "We have always wanted to highlight our beautiful grounds by installing artwork for the public to enjoy while taking advantage of the property, and it made perfect sense to pursue this now," Amy Kirwin said about a new Public Art Project.

Take A Walk On The Wild Side And Learn What's On The Horizon At This Hamptons Gallery

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "Our Walk on the Wild Side exhibition is all about living life without limits. The artworks featured in this show are fun, fresh and a little spicy," Joi Jackson Perle relayed.

INTERVIEW: Corinne Erni On The Parrish Art Museum's "Artist Stories From The Pandemic"

by Nicole Barylski
In the Galleries - "I I feel like it's really important that the Parrish is now here for its community, as a legacy but, also with what's going on right now and to be a hub to bring people together," Erni told Hamptons.com.

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